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Jan 28, 2013 9:00pm PST
on the street. >> i would be happy to see them put up a candidate like christine o'donnell. that smart thoughtful conservative with ideas and vigorous debates. negin farsad. >> i think they should start working with democrats. they might get something done and democrats don't all have cooties. >> true enough, most of them them--blah--lee. >> how about backing off the military bases all around the world. we don't defunded nasa. >> john: except for the pollution part, i think rand paul would agree. now time for today's f-bomb. did you anyone catch jim demint on "meet the press" he led congress to filibuster more bills than any other congress in history. he voted no on the lily ledbetter act and he doesn't feel that gays should teach school. you unveiled his plan to change the g.o.p. messages but changing all the ineffective messaging even though it has nothing to do about what the grownups at the table are talking about. take a look at demint is asked to pond to respond to bobby jindal's comment, and what is the plan. >> i talked to governor jindal yesterday because we're on the same pag
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Jan 29, 2013 1:00pm PST
mourdock in indiana, christine o'donnell in delaware. you see the strength of the grassroots. that's why the grading systems are so effective, because they put somebody on a target list for grassroots conservative organizations to take out in a primary, and if you go to their website, it's very slick. it's very well-done. very easy to click on somebody. you can see six or seven votes, and the way in which they penalize people for a vote that ordinarily would just be a common thing to take, for example something that might not be completely offset, let's say you're from a coastal area and you're supporting something -- some government money to go there for rebuilding if you get hit for a storm. that doesn't align. sorry if you're from louisiana, from florida. done. you might be the most conservative person of all time but because you voted to help out your district, you're going to get an "x" right there. it's really quite remarkable. >> it's absolutely incredible. clarence, heritage action is what's known as a social welfare organization. that means it can and has spent money on races. s
MSNBC
Jan 29, 2013 2:00pm PST
democrats but the fact they use a media farm with ties to the rn c, christine o'donnell, and, i mean, it's very sketchy. i think people want to spend all this money to oppose chuck hagel, that's fine but the fact we don't know who it is is a little disconcerting. >> here is a statement from a friend of mine, chad, president of the human rights campaign, one of the largest gay rights groups. he was conciliatory after hagel apologized for ace-tie gay comments. he said his apology and statement of support for lgbt equality is appreciated and shows just how far as a kubt we've konl from a former conservative senator from nebraska can have a change of heart on lgdt issues. tllt they are. talk about conciliation there, jim. the lgbt community and under the name there of the great organization human rights campaign are accepting him as an ally. let me get back to you. you're a student now as a reporter of media. you have always been a great reporter of media. now how media works into politics. are we seeing more of this subterfuge of this, apparent subterfuge? >> i think this is just the way it
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